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A debut release for Strinqulu on Nishi - a compressed explosion of 8 tracks full of drones, clicks, lost melodies and scattershot percussion.
This audio is part of the collection: Nishi
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Date: 2004-09-06 00:00:00
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
|Audio Files||192Kbps MP3|
|Steady state part 1||
|No time no space||
|Steady state part 2||
the opener track is always very important in presenting a full-lenght work; strinqulu's approach to the materia is definitely promising, and the feeling of being listening to a release which will certainly pave the way to an amazing career is present throughout the whole album. strinqulu's music (which i could already appreciate in the past) is a succeeded union of digital impressionism and digital manipulation of analogic sounds. tracks like "no time no space" are absolutely a must for people into b-series sci-fi/horror cinema, an absolute masterpiece of its genre. a dubious moment for me has been "violent anguish", which i couldn't fully appreciate in its slightly-tranzy movements, and is maybe out of place in such an amazing collection of noise-driven musical pearls. i couldn't ask for more from such a new star in electronics made in italy.